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Adult Degree Completion

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Roosevelt University is a leader in adult education; we have been doing it for nearly 70 years. 

The College of Professional Studies was established, in part, to meet the differing needs of adult learners — those who are managing careers and families, as well as advancing their education. We are online education specialists and are continuously adapting our courses to the newest technology and incorporating strong learning techniques in the process.

Formerly known as "Flex-Track," the adult degree completion program features 8-week long classes, five start dates per year, an interdisciplinary approach to general education, and a focus on immediately applicable skills which can be used in the workplace. Browse our list of adult degree completion programs.

Experiential Learning

The knowledge that you acquired outside the classroom is extremely valuable.  Roosevelt University accepts up to 30 semester hours of prior learning credit from various sources, including Advanced Placement (AP) exams, International Baccalaureate (IB) exams, College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams, American Council on Education (ACE) credit recommendations, as well as military training.   

For more information, contact:

Laurie Cashman, Assistant Provost for Adult and Experiential Learning
312.281.3376 |